Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 16, 1958
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if At*. HOPr, A ft K AMI AI tttwi, PHSfl* 4 P,M, calendar IS The Oder of fcnstel-fi gtflf frill Itidbt at the Masonic fetfiple otl fhursdpy, October Id at 8 ft, m. ..Special Study of Church Extch« sibtt tor Women of the Presbyterian Church, will itieet at the home of, Mrs, Jim McRettilo at 2 p.rn, *f!day, Octabef 17 A callerf meeting of thr taUleV P1*A will be held Friday ffiornihg, Oct. 17 at 10 a.hii in-lhe rfiiditor* JUffl, All members are urged to [SAENGER LAST NITE 6:30 - 8tOO •Friday Only BIG FREE SHOW . Compliments *' Hope Auto Co. SEE the New 1959 FORD GET YOUR FREE TICKET TO THE | SHOW SEE the World's Most Beautifully Proportioned Cars - tHe New 1959 FORDS ' Plus a Good Movie the Whole Family .Will •, Enjoy! Mrs. W, A, Williams To El Clreula fe.spahol Meet JJ1 Clreulao fispanol tn'et tttes< tlay night, Oet,; 14 at the home of Mrs. W. A. Williams. Spanish man uels Were given to the members aild citib pens and the annual ban cl \U6re discussed, Several cditv mittees wei'e appointed to attend the .banquet. There Was a short program and refreshments Were Served, Officers for the 1058-59 year Were elected as follows; Billy WilklSoti, president, Judy Davis, first vice 'president! Billy iVnlters., second vice president; 3arbara Thompson, secretary and attend this meeting. Circle § WSdS of the First Me- tnodlsl Church will tneet Monday, Oet. 20 at 7130 p.m. In ihe horne of Mrs. W&de feehefield. Mrs. Phtil Bnln. \vill be co-hostess, An intar* esting and informative program has been planned nnd all members are urged to attend, Bfifl hi YIP UlAlt DRIVE-IN THEATRE FRI - SAT- SUN Double Feature §say Ih a dafidlefifM ceremony ai lire Seeofid BapHsl Gmtf-eii 1ft Little Hock. Miss Mlfifl LcMtsfe fhompsoft dSiigMef 6f Mrs. treofge* Ln<\Vrenc<5 fhoffipsbrt anti the Ifltc Mf. thomp- soh, beeflrfie the bride of WehrJ 1 (Jet-hard! £e&y~, s6fl of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Seay of Ft, Worth, fefcas, on Saturday, Ocl. 11. fir. Dale fowling performed the doubid HHg eet-emohy ih a setting enhanced by greeh cilhdles and bi-onze ehfysantherrHirns. 1*he bMde wns given in tnai-riage by hei- brother, fiyroh Thompson of Okay, £hc Wore a floof- length Wedding gown of \Vhite laeo oVor satin, The long-sleeved ffock had a high neckline whicjl ended With a, tiny Jace dollal-." She cni-Hcd white rose buds on a white Bible- Airs, Pat Crow of Out-don, sister of the' bi'ide, Was hel- matron, of hohof, Miss Site Sullivan and Miss Vit-ginla ' Stev,»nrt, both of Uttle fiock, wei-d bl'ldesitialds. They Wore Identical dresses of greori .Velveteen and cari'lod bouquets of bronze chrysanthemums. Paul tt. Seay served his son as best mart, Ofoomsmen were Pat Crow of Gurdoh And Gene Morn- beck of Little Rock, After the reception, held in Waller • Chapel at the church, the couple left for a honeymoon in Ihej Ozafks. The bride wore .n gray! chemise dress and black access- j odes. She pinned a corsage of while rose buds at her shoulder. Upon their return, Mr, and Mrs. Seay will make their home hi Little Rock. sy Mrs. MeWdt?rs tin the tfflitf-tf Jfalions" She was assist* 6d by Miss Clarice Cannon, frhcf discussed ihe WNfeSCO, PAG and WrfC hrtd sef-vicf-s derived ffofn agencies of Ihe United fJatiofl. Miss Suzanne Sage presented the devotional on "Crown Thy Grmd With BVolherhood." Ifope. bot-ft (3d. 1.1 Coming and C Mrs. .t. W. brsftp.1, Wright. Mrs. tWnoy ttol'. Mrs Jud Afrartifidnie nfid" Mr*, .firh Me- Kcnzlr attended the tio^ic-MUlpr Cminty Medical .-ViSllnry HiftchPofi held at the Hotel Mcfftrtney in TeSarkftna Tuesdnv. 1'h« prtnclrinl- it was Mrs, Gnrdon dates of l^r"^ 0 * 1 '. . and Mrs, Kennpth t'etri!' an- the aftK'fll of a bnb'j- ftlrl, ! Bryan Reese, ttt. 1, j Tji*ttrt MaSWell, ttopp; Mfs. Mrs, Club HosUss Tuesday Bridge dlub mel on Oet. H with Mrs. George JsfeWbern iff. ns hostess, Two tables of club members enjoyed the afternoon. When scores were tallied! Mi-s. fe. ,T. Whitman and Mrs. Emmelt! Thompson were high and second high, respectively. Snacks and cold drinks were sorVed by the hostess. i Liltle Rock, president of the /\r- , kansas Medical Auxiliary. &>'. nnd Mrs. S. A. Whitlow of wide Rock hnvebeen vis- Service Guild No, 1 Meets With Kathleen Broach The Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 of .the/First Methodist Church met M6nday,' Oct.' 53 at the home of Miss Kathleen Broach for the regular monthly meeting. The meeting presided over by president, Mrs, James McLarty was' opene'd with prayer, Reports were heard from Missionary Education Chairman, Mrs. Marie Holt and Christian Social Relation Chair man, M'rs. Margaret Meddbrs. A most interesting program'was COMING SUNDAY IT'S TMBMBNDOUSI A DRAMA OF. LO.yE AND'CONFLICT!' § ' M-O-M PRESENTS IN MOM CAMERA 66., MONTGOMERY CLIFT ^ELIZABETH.TAYLOR. •"l^JEVA MARIE SAINT COXJKTlf ,,i,>W NIGEL PATRICK • LEE MARV ,. f ^ PlInlbyTECHNICOLOR 1 -, . Master Point Night H e ld At The Diamond Cafe It was Master Point Night last Monday, at the meeting of the Hope 'Duplicate Bridge Ckrb, held at the Diamond Cafe. Sebcn tables of player's took part in the games. The following couples were an- nbuncecl as .winners: First, Mrs. A. K. Holloway and Mrs. Mario Hendrix; Second, Mrs. William Routon an-d Mrs. Harold Brerils; Third, Mrs, George Robison and Mrs. E. P. Young Jr. Mrs, R, E. Cooper Hostess To Friday Bridge Club Beautiful .roses decoratc.'.l. Hie nomc of Mrs, R. E, Cooprv when she entertained her Fr'day Hridgc lub on Oct. 10. :Mrs.. R, D. Franklin' and Mrs 1 . Tom Kinser- won the liifi/i scoro awards. The hostess soS'vcd an ice course to two,.ta'bles of,players. 45 IN. HEATHER A New Fall Colors i^ Wt •• -^ -^^ ^T r^^ ^ !• 1 P« ^^ i -^^ r ^^ ^ ^ If, ™ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ M^^ MADE OF ACETATE, RAYON -,'NYtOiN \. Reg. Price $1:98 . 00 Yard LOW HEEL Black. ~ ' Brown '- Grey, , 5 to 9' — -AAAto-B 133/4 OUNCE •$•".'.'"". Sizes 29 to 36 Reg, Price 3,75 4 _, BY MOUD—, ^EGP'RiCES'tO.7,95' .COLORS; White/ Pink and High Shades.— Sizes'32 to 42 IW.CTRIC v ' ; : v £ Yi SUARANTE Y PERK I MS iiors ot Mh\ ndd .Mrs. «tr>Wf*ll Mnoic Jr and family. Mcs. A. A. Hdlbert Hostiss To H6(3e Iris Sweden club The Mope Iris Garden Club mbt' Tuesdny, Ocl. 1") In the homo of Mrs. A. A. Malbert nt 2:36 p.m. with Mrs. Rtlhis Herndon .Tr, ns' Co-hosipss ! »Tho meeting wns opened with the Club Collect led by (he president, Mrs. A. A. Albriftnn. While Mrs. J. W. Cunningham, secretary read the minutes ot the Innt meeting. Mrs, Floyd Crank gnve n treasurers . report. Mrs. W. 1. Stroud fiimncb chnlrrtinh will be j in charge of a rummrtgc sale to' bo conducted by the members' in , the near future. MVs. Coy Orccd-1 ing chairman of the Junior iris Club gave a report 'on the rrieet- Ing held at the Oglcsby School re- j cc ntly, Mrs. Halbert's home was selected ns one of the homes to be decorated for the Holiday Half Pilgrimage sponsored by the city counsel of Garden Clubs, Mrs. Wade Bencfield presented and informative program on "Pine Trees in Arkansas." Mrs. Cunningham won first place in the flower arrangement contest with an arrangement of colorful maple leaves and fruit. During a social hour <-i dessert plate was served to those present. AdwHted.'Miss ttrir Citpp. Rt. I. llopp; Mrs. Onl-lnnd Smilh. ttt 4, Hope: Mis. tCciincth Potrp, Hope Mrs. It, V. Itcrtitlon Sr. Hope. : M'cs rf. J. Bpnncit. Jo Ann Hue It TEACHER OP BATON Enroll 10AM. Saturday Openings In All Age Groups FRAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE • Baton • Tap • Ballet • Ballroom 901 So, Main PR 7-4335 felllj- tt. T'mvptl, tto{V\ : Mrs. : Snndrn Curtis, Hi, i, Hope! Mrs. Gk'tinn UucknUeo, Krtimcll Murphy, tiope; Mrs Msek \V. Cmvni-l. Hope; . Curtis Alkins ntul bnby bay of] Hbbe. CORRECTION-- In aur f ueiday Ad? t » otir Pur Sale was ai endlrtij October Ufh, TWi read; Oetob&r 18th, MlfniuHd ihd ScjbHft oil. P««- fiuf All, llll, llcllMrt, mofidtfyctf. id«, iodiuw btfitesH, tittle teid, .VllimlA A, itlillelil coloNhi tmt fUwrlfli in bltndtd i N6N*MAR6AftiNt USfRS ARC AMAZED ANO * ENTHUSIASTIC WHIN TMIY FIND CREAMO IS • • BETTER THAN HIGHEST-PRICED SPREADS ! Millions ot Wbtncti have tlldCdVcfed Crcntno, Did tone bread spreud thftlV miperloi 4 lo nil others. \Vhy ttbl you? CREAMO \t ittntle with lltij ^Sngtedleht used lit highest'priced brend sprujula, , |ilua other ingredients thnl ndd more to qunllly, Snvor.eaay nprondlng and nutrition than can b<j tifoduced by one Ingredient aldne, Creamo MARGARINE Nothing Finer REGARDLESS OF PRICE CHILDRENS ASPIRINS 33' Walgreen Cherry Flavored I'', «'r. 50'.s .... John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. Cox's has filled Over * Ine Half Million Bring Us Your Next Onei , {Registered Druggist 1 Alwjays'On Duty. lK ; ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY ' ' * - >*M ".,-., , ','1 ,-Vg li.^. ^ '-•;;„-: j* " ,>K DRUG STORE ;; PLAVTEX Baby Pants Large, Medium, Small •il Reg. Size Soip '. ,'ll '', Easy to Apply - w LILT HOME PERMANENT Squeeze-Bottle Magic • Jn Gentle 4 Regular , or Super ', Refined 1-Pound (JLiiriit -1) L'»^''""»^ / -,4'-fa «•<(!,>- ./ u* yi -i , , , , f If*. i^jr-^^g*'-' - v -^v^)- • f <K> f w i fcij,ij -**-J«», tfitatg. ij*-" v f£i &% ffytl >.'# fe« ., , Regular.,$3.25. . TONI ADORN HAIR SPRAY Beautifies your hair A larjie . 1514'OJ!. for only Chelline Pick of 80 I/T'"* ' v>< >J H\ ' ' ' " {Limits 2 l*|-,*.j tfH^ttrnptitir-f *l«Xrt / -pft-iVvii. ' /I ,- 3* / (i-, •*-,*r^t f . ** ,,j, , Savings on Fine Cosmetics $1,25 Quality Dorothy Gray Dry Skin Lotion $2,50 size.with Dispenser . ,. Helena Rubinstein Black Head Treatment Set MajJI&Ajplliy 42 treatments ; Only $3,95 BILLFOLDS Elizabeth Arden Crcme Extrodinoire Chpiceo? ' «• •• introductory size ..,.-$1,50 JjJ, 1 e * ih? , ?>5 Flpwer Skin Ution "--- ^-jp F|ash |j gh | Sprqy Cologne ^ Wood hue, ' ...... ' ..... """"' Aphrodi.io or Flambeau :: $3,75 KAYWOODIE PIPES $ 2 ReyJonMip Stick with Futwromp Cose — $3,00 ,YJO!M§ , $2,00 JMEBSHIMI Immidiflte Attion

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